Kilmovee Community Centre is delighted to announce that Kilmovee is the first community centre in Ireland to show the film about Knock that everyone has been talking about.
An examination of the phenomenon of the Knock shrine, the film comes from the filmmakers behind award-winning ‘One Million Dubliners’ which followed the captivating behind-the-scenes stories of Glasnevin Cemetery.
Directed by Aoife Kelleher, ‘Strange Occurrences in a small Irish village’ title is derived from the international press coverage at the time.
A fascinating, vibrant portrait of the phenomenon by examining the vast patchwork of individuals and groups involved.
The film presents a balanced opportunity for believers to celebrate the phenomenon and those who facilitate its ongoing success, while for sceptics it allows a fascinating glance into the thriving world, and business, of Ireland’s Marian Shrine.
‘Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish Village’ is being screened on WEDNESDAY 5TH OCTOBER in Kilmovee’s Thatch Cottage at 8pm. Doors open at 7.30pm and film starts at 8pm. Admission €5 and all ages welcome.
Strange Occurrences in a small Irish village is an Underground Films production in association with RTÉ and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland in association with Shoot for the Moon and in association with Bord Scannán na hÉireann / The Irish Film Board.
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